Farm Focus: Colombian Coffee

Farm Focus: Colombian Coffee

Colombia consistently ranks amongst the top five countries for coffee production. Colombian coffee has a reputation for being high-quality and Colombians are quite proud of this. They even dubbed their national soccer team “Los Cafeteros” — “The Coffee Growers.” What makes Colombia such a coffee haven? The South-American country has perfect geographic conditions for growing

Read More
Farm Focus: Fincas La Merced & Retiro del Quisaya

Farm Focus: Fincas La Merced & Retiro del Quisaya

We do our best to source good coffee from good people, and that’s exactly what we get when we do business with Juan Luis Barrios and his family. Three of our coffees come from Juan Luis and his family’s two farms in Guatemala. Read about the family farms and how Juan Luis proactively works to

Read More
Farm Focus: Fazendas Serrinha & Santa Luzia

Farm Focus: Fazendas Serrinha & Santa Luzia

We here at Durango Coffee Company proudly serve José Maria de Oliveira’s coffee, which he grows himself in Brazil. Señor Maria de Oliveira’s coffee bean farms are located in the heart of Cerrado Mineiro, the first region in Brazil to receive protected Designation of Origin status. This means that any coffee labeled as “Cerrado Mineiro”

Read More

Las Lajas – Direct Trade

Las Lajas is located in Sabanilla de Alejela Costa Rica near the base of Poas Volcano. The farm is at 1200 meters and grows Catuai and Catura.

Read More

Fazenda Santa Luzia – Direct Trade

3rd generation Jose Maria, with 30 years experience, with help from daughter Natalia and son in law Ronaldo grow, export and import some of the finest coffee from Minas Girais, Brazil.

Read More

Finca Retiro Y La Merced – Direct Trade

Juan Luis Barrios , manager of Finca Retiro and Finca Merced for his mother and aunts, explains the history of the farms.

Read More
Finca Retiro del Quisaya and Finca La Merced

Finca Retiro del Quisaya and Finca La Merced

Finca La Merced and Finca Retiro del Quisaya is located in San Martin Jilotepeque. Juan Luis Barrios is third generation coffee farmer who manages the two farms for his entire family which consists of eight aunts and uncles and 25 cousins. Juan Luis’s grandfather planted the first coffee trees in 1912. Some of which still

Read More